News & PR -

Have A Problem?

Drainage News & Media

News & PR



Keep up to date with the latest news from LDF and the drainage industry in general here.
If you would like further information, please contact our Marketing Team on 0800 612 2179.

Pitch Fibre re-rounding and repairs

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

After re-rounding and Structural lining:   Between the 1940’s and the 1970’s pitch fibre drainage was a very cost effective and simple way of replacing and installing new drainage systems. However, due to the poor structural qualities of the material, pitch fibre over the years has begun to crush/misform and in certain cases totally fail. […]

Read More


Sainsburys and London Drainage Facilities Ltd

Friday, June 20th, 2008

In September 07 London Drainage Facilities were requested to carry out CCTV surveys for a number of Sainsburys stores with a view to map the entire drainage systems throughout the store floors and in some case the car parks too, so that their Architects could design new drainage layouts to suit each store refurb. Since […]

Read More


New Rain Water Drain Installation.

Tuesday, June 10th, 2008

  During Intsallation                                        Completion Of Installation: The above photo’s show a typical rain water drainage installation which was carried out at a domestic residence in South West London during December 07. The customer was suffering damp to the front ground level bay window which was caused by water sitting within an area where no drainage was […]

Read More


Drain Excavation/Repairs London

Friday, June 6th, 2008

During works:                                                                    After works: After recently attending an emergency call from a central London School, our engineers were quick to diagnose the cause of the blockage as broken section of pipe work which had begun to colapse. Unfortunatley the location of the broken drain was beyond a foundation wall in the caretakers office. We were […]

Read More


New Drain Tracing Technology

Friday, June 6th, 2008

  After many years of using drain locating equipment, we have finally found a system which offers tracing to a depth of 8 Metres, with an accuracy or 200mm A small sond is sent through the drain to be traced, propelled by either High Pressure Water, or standard drain rods. Once the sond is within […]

Read More






Back To Top